- Judgment Call 29 April 2013. // Lawyer (Online Edition);4/29/20123, p16
The article presents information on several court cases related to personal injury, employment and other issues in Great Britain. The first case was related to awarding compensation to a driver who was severely injured when a suicidal person ran onto a dual carriageway. Another case was related...
- Meares v Medway Primary Care Trust. O'Neil, Tori; Harris, Judith // Employers Law;Feb2011, p9
The article discusses a court case wherein a nurse brought claims for breach of contract and constructive unfair dismissal with allegation that her letter reply to her line manager was a qualifying disclosure which the employment tribunal found to not amount to protected disclosure.
- The Statute of Limitations Period in Duty of Fair Representation Cases: A Clarification. Gallagher, Daniel G.; Veglahn, Peter A. // Labor Law Journal;Dec87, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p776
This article examines the timeliness standards or limitation periods in light of decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court in the filings of duty of fair representation or breach of contract suits as of December 1987. Originally, hybrid duty of fair representation breach of contract suits were treated...
- Fabrication and falsification. // Credit Management;Aug2011, p44
The article discusses a court case of Bentley v. Supertravel Omnibus Ltd. where the Employment Tribunal upheld the claim of an employee for constructive termination based on a fundamental breach of contract by the employer.
- Robinson v PE Jones (Contractors) Ltd. O'Grady, Eileen // Estates Gazette;1/29/2011, Issue 1104, p100
The article discusses the court case Robinson v. P.E. Jones (Contractors) Ltd. wherein the appellant claimed damages in negligence and breach of contract when latent defect was discovered in the house purchased by the appellant from the respondent builder 12 years later. The appellant sought to...
- STRANGE SUITS. DANZIG, CHRISTOPHER // InsideCounsel;Nov2008, Vol. 18 Issue 204, p14
This section offers bizarre legal news briefs. A Russian businessman is suing the Plaza Hotel in New York for $31 million dollars, alleging fraud, negligence and breach of contract reasoning that the two penthouses that he bought in the said hotel overlooking Central Park were so awful. A New...
- Hooper and another v Oates. O'Grady, Eileen // Estates Gazette;3/2/2013, Issue 1309, p93
The article discusses a court case which considers whether respondents are entitled to damages based on reduced value of property. The facts of the case Hooper and another v. Oates are presented. It explains that a market's availability is relevant to the date for assessing damages for breach of...
- Damages. Ross, Mike // Chartered Accountants Journal;Apr2003, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p70
Focuses on a case involving damages payable by a clothing designer for breach of contract in New Zealand. Facts of the case; Bases of court decision; Review of related to laws and cases.
- Reeds Solicitors takes Norwich Union to court. Harris, Joanne // Lawyer;4/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 13, p4
This article reports that Reeds Solicitors, a Sussex-based personal injury (PI) firm, is suing Norwich Union PLC for an alleged breach of contract. The firm launched its claim after Norwich Union closed its subsidiary Hill House Hammond (HHH) to new business. Reeds claims that it had committed...